By John E Arbo MD, Stephen J Ruoss MD, Geoffrey K Lighthall MD, Michael P Jones MD
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To further accelerate this process, EM investigators have recently proposed less invasive alternatives for determining central venous oxygen saturation measurement (SCvO2) and central venous pressure, facilitating implementation of EGDT. 17 Structured early identification and risk-stratification protocols have improved ED care for many other critical disease processes as well. Rapid identification of ST-segment elevation MI (STEMI) via point-of-first-contact electrocardiogram analysis is now standard practice in order to reduce reperfusion (door-to-balloon) times.
Neff Chapter 11High Risk Pulmonary Embolism Tsuyoshi Mitarai Chapter 12Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Darryl Abrams and Daniel Brodie Chapter 13Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Vidya K. Rao, Darryl Abrams, Cara Agerstrand, and Daniel Brodie Section 5 Cardiac Critical Care Chapter 14Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shock Daniel Sedehi and Venu Menon Chapter 15Right Ventricular Failure Joshua Sternbach, Francois Haddad, John E. Arbo, and Anne-Sophie Beraud Chapter 16Hypertensive Crises Anand Swaminathan and Michael P.
Ho, BS, MD Clinical Assistant Professor Center for Interstitial Lung Disease, Pulmonary and Critical Care University of Washington Seattle, Washington Joe L. Hsu, MD, MPH Instructor of Medicine Department of Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine Attending Department of Medicine Stanford University Medical Center Stanford, California Catherine T. Jamin, MD Assistant Professor, Chief of Emergency Medicine Critical Care Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Department of Emergency Medicine NYU Langone Medical Center Assistant Professor, Chief of Emergency Medicine Critical Care Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Department of Emergency Medicine Bellevue Hospital Center New York, New York Michael P.